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Building Material Options Available for Your Hardscaping Project

Building Material Options Available for Your Hardscaping Project

There are so many options available on the market today when it comes to designing hardscape elements for your property. Hardscaping comes in an array of colors, shapes, sizes, and materials that make just about any look you need achievable.

Some of the most common hardscaping materials used on residential properties include:

  • Concrete Pavers
  • Travertine
  • Brick
  • Flagstone

Concrete Pavers Offer a Variety of Options & Simple Maintenance

Concrete paver patio that Master's Landscape Design is building for a customer in Green Hill.

Regarding concrete pavers, there are a wide variety of price points, which offers homeowners the flexibility they need with their budget. These pavers come in a variety of shapes, such as traditional bricks, cobblestone, large slabs, or irregular flagstones, and offer unlimited customization options when designing your hardscaping project.

Concrete pavers are also simple to maintain and easy to repair, making them a no-brainer for homeowners that need a low-maintenance, long-lasting structure. When the pavers are damaged, they need only be removed and replaced with a new one!


Travertine...A Luxurious, Resistant Material with a Variety of Colors Available

Have you heard of travertine? Travertine is rectangular pieces of marble that are cut to a 1" thickness and used as exterior building materials due to their strength and durability. Homeowners get a luxurious material that comes in a variety of colors when they use travertine. Available colors include:

  • Whites
  • Creams
  • Golds and Silvers
  • ...
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What You Should Know About Winterizing Your Outdoor Kitchen

What You Should Know About Winterizing Your Outdoor Kitchen

Having an outdoor kitchen is one of the most enjoyable amenities to have during the spring and summer! They provide an excellent opportunity for entertaining family and friends and help keep your home cooler by preparing and cooking meals outdoors.

However, when winter comes rolling in, it is important to take extra care in preparing your outdoor kitchen for its period of inactivity. Winterizing your outdoor kitchen is about the only maintenance required to keep it in good working order. However, this maintenance is extremely important if you want to avoid costly repairs and replacements for your outdoor kitchen.


Prevent Frozen Water Lines & Damaged Appliances by Shutting off the Water Supply

During the winter, water lines have the potential to freeze up and that can cause damage to both the water lines and the appliances they are hooked up to. First, make sure to locate and completely shut off the water supply that leads to your outdoor kitchen.

Use the indoor shutoff when you cut off the water supply. This way you have no water running in any of the outside water lines.

Major appliances, such as an icemaker or a refrigerator, should be double-checked to ensure all water is drained from the lines as well.


Clean Your Appliances in the Fall

Everything in your outdoor kitchen should be thoroughly cleaned before winter. A fall cleaning allows your appliances to remain clean and be ready to go in spring! Here are some cleaning suggestions for a...

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